New York: American Institute of Electrical Engineers 1956. First Edition. , 142 pages. 8 1/2 x 11 inches. Original publisher's blue printed wraps. Signature and stamp of F. M. Verzuh on front cover and "56" marked on spine. Professor Frank M. Verzuh worked on MIT's Rapid Arithmetic Machine and was active in early computers. Near Fine. Wraps. 
Includes many articles presented at the conference and an entire section on RCA's BIZMAC system. The industry is starting to mature, with keynote speaker Norman H. Taylor noting in his presentation "Thus, I think we can say that the computer business is getting out of its childhood, and putting on long pants." If only they knew!
Contains "Program Interrupt on the Univac Scientific Computer" by J. Mersel - the first apparent discussion of the concept of interrupts in computers.